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Sons Of Levin ‘Hard To Believe’ : It’s your time. Times are hard. Accepted it. Then move towards what you’ve always desired.

Sons Of Levin

“Do you ever feel like a low-down no-good insecure mess? We wrote this song to try to capture that feel,” said Sons Of Levin. And with this bluesy rock goodness, the anthemic panacea seeps deep into your fiber of being and then some.

“Someone who tells themselves they really couldn’t care less about where life has led them. Someone who has resigned themselves to the simple phrase “Sometimes, it’s hard to believe”. The lyrics are simple and to the point, like the drunkard who takes center stage in this story.”

Heavy gravity, nurtured by guitar driven and anthemic blends, ‘Hard To Believe’ cleanses the pallet of sin and wants.

It’s your time. Times are hard. Accepted it. Then move towards what you’ve always desired.

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HARD TO BELIEVE is officially OUT NOW ⚡️ Check the link in our bio for streaming links 🤘 . . BEHIND THE SONG: Do you ever feel like a low-down no-good insecure mess? We wrote this song to try to capture that feel. Someone who tells themselves they really couldn't care less about where life has led them. Someone who has resigned themselves to the simple phrase "Sometimes, it's hard to believe". The lyrics are simple and to the point, like the drunkard who takes center stage in this story. And the music is focused on a guitar line, that breathes heaviness into the thoughtless nature of the narrator. . . Art: @oliviaiafrate @stregaentertainmentgroup . . #newmusicfriday #bluesrock #bostonband

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